by: anika854, created: 02 Apr 2018, updated: 02 Apr 2018 Public: Users can add dishes

It’s all about extremely fat and therefore enormously tasty foods. Various pastries, soups, meat dishes and unexpected mixture of tastes – you may find all these in Ukrainian cuisine.

The famous Russian beetroot soup, borsch, actually comes from Ukrainian cuisine. Ukrainian borsch is a little bit different than the Russian one, but you will hardly notice. Anyways – it rocks.

1. Borscht

Borsch, Borshch, Borsht, Bortsch

(Polish)

(Russian)

Borscht is a tart soup popular in several East European cuisines, including Ukrainian, Russian, Polish, Belarusian, Romanian, Lithuanian and Ashkenazi Jewish. The variety most commonly associated with the name in English is ...

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2. Salo

(Ukrainian)

It is a Ukraine’s national dish, known as salo. It is best served covered with garlic, onion, and pickles. Ukrainian salo is a unique chaser because it is served in slices with ...

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3. Varenniki

vareniki,Pierogi

(Russian)

It is dumpling similar to pelmeni but they're usually stuffed with cheese, mashed potatoes, cabbage, meat, hard-boiled eggs or different fruits

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4. Zrazy

(Ukrainian)

It is traditional Ukrainian dish. Beef cutlets with different fillings. The filling can be different: meat, cabbage or mushrooms. Ukrainian zrazy are stuffed potato.

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5. Uzvar

(Ukrainian)

The uzvar is a national Ukrainian beverage, cooked with dried fruits and berries. Moreover, some housewives tend to add species – cinnamon, star anise and nutmeg – that will give the drink ...

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